Scotland Tours have now launched their new series of golf tours for 2005. The tours have scheduled dates, and are designed for groups of 4 - 16 players.
Ronnie Pook, Managing Director of Scotland Tours told Travelgolf.com, "We are getting so many requests for groups of people from 4 - 16 players from your web sites that we decided to create a series of tours with guaranteed times on all the big courses - The Old Course St Andrews, Royal Troon, Kingsbarns, Turnberry etc. That means the golfers can choose a tour while they are on line, instead of submitting their request and having to wait a few days for the tour operators to reply. They can reserve the tour of their choice for up to 7 days without paying a deposit. This gives golfers time to check for flights and make sure everyone in their group can travel at that time.
"Of course, if they choose to extend the tour or include extra golf we will be happy to adjust the tour to their own schedules," continued Pook. "Scotland Tours will still be offering our customised tour planning service and delivering high quality tours throughout Scotland and Ireland. We are still very flexible and are totally committed to delivering fantastic golf tours. No-one knows Scotland better than we do as we live here, we work here, and we have all the contacts to make sure visiting golfers have a great time.
"The big news for 2005 is the terrific deals we can offer for tours early in the season. A number of the hotels and golf courses have given us great rates for March and April in particular and some are even offering discounted rates until May. Carnoustie, venue of the 2007 Open, is offering us a 50% discount for golf in March, and due to their sheltered east coast location their courses are in great shape at that time of year. Turnberry also has some great early season deals and many of our tours include this famous location."
Golfers should revisit the site regularly as we will be adding new dates and tours as the current tours sell out.
For your 2005 golf tour to Scotland visit www.scotlandgolftours.com and click on Scheduled Tours.
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